Adeneo Embedded releases WEC7 BSP with Windows Embedded | Automation.com

Adeneo Embedded releases WEC7 BSP with Windows Embedded

June 30, 2014 - Adeneo Embedded announced Windows Embedded Compact 7 BSP solution for the Sitara AM437x processor platform from Texas Instruments (TI). The WEC7 BSP will support the latest AM437x EVM development kit from TI. This BSP from Adeneo will provide a fully validated and robust solution for the AM437x processors while also including comprehensive documentation and packaging of the BSP.

A binary preview demo of the BSP is already available for free download from Adeneo Embedded website, and customers interested in using the AM437x Windows Embedded Compact BSP can contact Adeneo Embedded sales team to enable early access to the BSP. Adeneo Embedded also provides a complete support offering for the use of Linux, Android and QNX with Sitara AM437x processors.

The Sitara AM437x processors are the latest product offering from TI for the Sitara family of products, bringing higher performance, enhanced industrial communications and  real-time processing to customers. The 1GHz ARM® Cortex®-A9-based Sitara AM437x processors offer up to 40 percent more overall system performance. The next-generation quad core PRU-ICSS (programmable real-time unit industrial communications subsystem) connectivity peripheral enables dual, simultaneous industrial protocols as well as motor feedback protocols or interfaces for sensors and actuators.

Windows Embedded Compact 7 is a componentized, real-time operating system from Microsoft designed for small footprint devices. It is an ideal operating system for developing Point of Sale, handheld terminals and low power embedded devices, making it a perfect choice of operating system for the AM437x processors.
 

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